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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
I love the Trees by Delores Henriques is a children's action and picture story. Trees are one of the most important aspects of our lives but too many people fail to see the benefits they offer. Farmer Jones has gotten together with a First Grade class and their teacher to celebrate Earth Day. This year, Famer Jones wants to do something special so he decides to help the class plant four different types of trees. He teaches them how to do it properly and then finishes by asking the children what kind of tree they would be and why. The students all agree that Earth Day should be celebrated every day, not just once a year.
I Love the Trees by Delores Henriques is a wonderful storybook with amazing illustrations that help bring the story to life. This isn’t just a kids' book; it teaches anyone who reads it how important trees are to the planet and to life and even gives proper instructions on how to plant a tree - no excuses now! It's a detailed story written in plain language that makes it easy to understand and follow, and the illustrations help make it even easier. At the end is a questionnaire to test the readers' knowledge of trees and a list of sight words used in the book. This is a fun story but highly educational too, and more than a few adults could probably benefit from it! Stories like this should be made a compulsory part of the school curriculum, encouraging both teachers and kids to get out and plant trees to help save the planet and reverse some of the damage already done. Great book, highly recommended.